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Unit II: The Interwar Years I. Search for Security Text pp
A. The Search for Security: The League of Nations [text p. 69] 1) Structure and Goals a) International Cooperation b) Arbitration Disputes settled by talking before going to war
c) Collective Security Aggressors halted by economic sanctions instead of war
2) Why the League of Nations didnt work a) Not all nations were members b) The League had no way to enforce anything
Unit II: The Interwar Years II. Canada in the Interwar Years Text pp
A.Canada in the 1920s Text pp ) After the War: Pessimism [p. 70] a) Unhappy soldiers waiting to return home Inadequate shipping: not enough boats! ???
b) Soldiers felt their pensions werent enough for what they endured. c) Soldiers had a hard time returning to normal jobs
d) Disillusionment: French and English Canada The effects of the Conscription controversy were not
2) Social Changes: Optimism [pp ] a) Activities: enjoyed with the economic boom
b) Art - Group of 7 - Emily Carr
c) Inventions - Radio (Foster Hewitt: He shoots! He scores!) - Automobile (Jobs, travel, vacations, suburbs)
d) Immigration 1919: Immigration Act closes immigration from enemy nations : 400, 000 people leave Canada Mid 1920s: Canada encourages immigration again Most immigrants land at Halifaxs Pier 21.
Assignment: Do your notations up to p. 76
Canada in the Interwar Years Canada in the Twenties.
The Development of An Autonomous Nation. Discontent among war veterans Desire for increase in pension and other payments they received Difficulty adjusting.
History of Canada’s Immigration. 94% of all immigrants move to one of only four provinces (Ontario, B.C., Quebec, Alberta) Most immigrants settle in large.
Unit II: The Interwar Years II. Canada in the Interwar Years Text pp
Contemporary Period – How has Quebec’s Population Evolved Since Confederation?
Immigration The Italian Experience. Where is Italy?
WWI on the Home Front. People Definitions Roles During WWI The Halifax Explosion Grab Bag
Canada After the War. The Soldiers Return Home From War.
World War I Life on the Home Front. Paying for the War Canadian economy booming Canadian economy booming Supplying war effort (very expensive: new technology,
Canada & WW 1, War on the Home Front.
America joins the war with the Allies (April 1917). Why? Because Germans kept sinking American ships with U-boats from Germany also wanted.
Sparta and Athens Key Terms: Alliance Peloponnesian War What’s the big idea? The two most powerful city-states in Greece, Sparta and Athens, had very different.
Principles of collective security. “Collective security was not widely understood to involve entanglement or risks, or even to be the basis for the defense.
Grade 10 History – World War 1 Jeopardy Halifax Explosion War in the Sky and on the Water Conscription Crisis Canada before WWI More Events in Canada
Returning Home CANADA AFTER THE GREAT WAR. What does Canada do for its returning soldiers? https://c2.staticflickr.com/ 4/3003/ _1960c4 a29f.jpg.
Lesson 5 Movement in North America Pages Movement of people page 36 *Migration is the movement of people --conditions attract people from their.
The League of Nations. Encourage co-operation Stop aggression Disarmament Improve social conditions AIMS.
The Great Depression SS 10 Ms. Rebecca. Before we start, let’s write about The Grapes of Wrath Take out a piece of paper. Write one full page about how.
Tudor Exploration LI: To discuss the reasons for Tudor exploration.
The Morning After Life after WWI. Learning Goals 1)Understand the economic struggles that led to a workers revolt in the Winnipeg General Strike (K/U)
HISTORY OF CANADA. 1.IN THE INTRODUCTION, HOW DOES CANADA USUALLY DEAL WITH CHANGE THAT IS UNIQUE TO OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD THAT WE HAVE STUDIED? Canada.
6-2 What Factors Influence the Size of the Human Population? Concept 6-2A Population size increases because of births and immigration, and decreases through.
From America, With Love. Victor Bahena and Brenda Ibarra 9/20/2006 A.M. Donaldson English III & IV.
America in the 40’s and 50’s World War II ended in Around 11 million American soldiers came home. The Economy which was booming during the.
The Great Migration: British Immigration Canadian History.
Human Costs of the War Huge causalities on all sides – Over 8.5 million people killed – 17 million wounded.
The Roaring Twenties and the economic crisis c) Life before the Depression.
SOCIAL STUDIES 11 Post War Prosperity. Canada in the Post War World The transition into post-war Canada was smoother after WW II than the transition from.
I) America Enters the War (1917) A) Sinking of the Lusitania (1915) wanted to remain neutral (not take sides) British ship sunk by German U-Boat 128 Americans.
World War I The End of the War. Events of 1917 ► United States Sinking of Lusitania and other ships by German U-boats eventually convinces Americans.
THE AGEEING PEOPLE IN FRANCE. PLAN I/ CURRENT SITUATION IN FRANCE -Demography -Economics -Senior employment -Retirement -APA -Health -Problems II/ POLITICS.
ISSUE 3 How did the war affect Scottish industry and the economy? ‘LAND QUESTION’ & EMIGRATION.
1919: League of Nations An association of nations with the objective of keeping world peace. When war threatened they could: Ask the countries to negotiate.
Chapter 21 Section 3 Americans at War Understand the setbacks that the Allies faced in 1917 and Discover how American forces contributed to the Allied.
+. + The Boer War and French Canadian Relations Wilfred Laurier Liberal became Prime Minister in 1896 Canada ’ s first francophone (French as a first.
Learning Objective: To explain why the Big Three disagreed.
Mass Migration to Canada from the British Isles
Why did America boom in the 1920s? A very brief set of notes…
Assassinated June 28, 1914 Lost 50% of land after World War 1 in 1919 Formed after World War 1 in 1919 and ended in August 15, Started.
Mr. Binet. It is a way of living shared by people around the world.
ENTRY TASK Take out your homework Devolution Web Quest Any questions?
Exit NextBack Home Introduction Warming-up Activities Sentence Drills Sentence Drills Making up Dialogues Making up Dialogues Brainstorming Brainstorming.
When did the US enter WW1 Sinking of the Lusitania.
Immigration Migration is the movement of people from one place to another Migration can occur as result of push and pull factors.
The League of Nations AIMS STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES FLASHPOINT FAILURE.
6.2 - The Home Front I - Building Up the Military Progressives controlled Congress and they applied Progressive ideas to fighting the war. A. Selective.
Unit 3: “The Road to Independence” The French & Indian War.
Why did immigrants settle in the United States? Immigrants came in search of better jobs, freedom, food, and better life. Immigrants were faced with low.
A Guide to the 1920’s Analyse the impact of changing technology and socioeconomic conditions on differing prosperities and lifestyles in Canada in.
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